This episode does not occur in the NT version of the parable of the rich
man and Lazarus but comes instead from a similitude concerning covetousness
in Luke 12:16-21. Luke 12:20; "...hac nocte animam tuam repetunt
a te quae autem parasti cuius erunt", which has been used for
the lengthy titulus, albeit with the substitution of tollere (to
steal/to to take away) for repetere (to claim/to take back). [I
need to check earlier versions of the Vulgate on this one - the 'tolletur'
formulation is, incidentally, used verbatim in the Golden Legend life
of St Sylvester for his warning to Tarquin.]
(1 - upper); "HAC NOCT/E ANIMA TVA T/OLLETVR A TE" ("this
night your soul will be taken from you") -
(2 - lower, partly cropped in photo); "QVAE PARASTI : CVIVS ERVNT"
("whose will be these things then?")